Question about Computers & Internet
Lost windows os password isn't really a serious problem. I realize a fairly easy way to recover lost windows login passwords, just need to create a bootable disk or Usb stick to recover lost windows password, I have made a bootable CD with the utility Windows Password Seeker and reset my administrator password successfully. You can Google windows password seeker
Posted on Nov 04, 2011
Yes, when you switch the laptop on hold down the F8 key until you see a black screen with a list of white text, one of the options will be "Safe Mode", use the arrow keys to highlight safe mode (just safe mode, not safe mode with anything) and press return. The computer will start to the welcome screen and you will see a user-name you don't normally see called "Administrator". Click on Administrator and you will find it is not password protected (in spite of the fact that the Administrator account has more access to the system than any other account!) when the administrator profile loads it will ask you if you want to continue in safe mode and you do. click start, click control panel and click on users and groups now click on your son's user account and click remove password. now click back, click on the Administrator account and click change password, the old password should be left blank and you're new Administrator password should be something at least 7 letters, numbers and special characters ([email protected]£$%^&*) long that you can remember. Now just restart and let it start up normally, once loaded advise your son to set a password he can remember or at least write down somewhere safe.
Posted on Aug 27, 2007
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